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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf-led federal government has started the first phase of auctioning of 102 vehicles, including bulletproof cars and ultra-luxury vehicles, today as part of Prime Minister Imran Khan's austerity drive.

The elite auction is carrying eight luxury BMW cars and four recent models of Mercedes Benz vehicles in its ad, including 16 Toyota Corolla, three Suzuki and one HTV vehicle.

The pro-dialogue opinion was also reflected by Pakistan's Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, who told a news channel, "Pakistan's Army, government and people want peace with India..."

He added that vehicles which are classified as protected (bomb and bullet-proof) would be sold next.

A woman with her child visits an auction of government owned used cars at the premises of Prime Minister House in Islamabad.

There is one Honda Civic 1,800cc auto and three Suzuki vehicles, including two Cultus cars and one APV, all of them are of 2013 models. One of which is 2004 Lexus vehicle, one 2006 Lexus SUV and two 2004 Land Cruisers.

In a meeting last week with visiting U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, Khan assured him that his government will not force Afghan refugees to leave Pakistan. Modi has reportedly also stressed on the need to work for terror-free South Asia In his an-hour-long maiden address to the nation a day after his swearing in as the country's 22nd prime minister, Khan said that the country will enter into talks with all neighbours to normalise ties, as without it peace can't be brought in the country. As part of the cost-cutting initiative, he had announced the auction of surplus PM House vehicles.

Pakistan's debt and liabilities rose sharply to almost Rs 30 trillion or 87% of total size of the economy at the end of previous fiscal year, according to media reports.

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